Ched Whitney

Gaming Today Ched Whitney

Ched Whitney has been a journalist in Las Vegas since 1994. He worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal for 18 years, where he was the paper’s art director for 12. Since becoming a freelancer in 2012, his work has appeared at ESPN.com, AOL, The Seattle Times and UNLV Magazine, among others. ​

Legal woes for Alliance of American Football

Legal woes for Alliance of American Football

posted on February 27, 2019 by

A week after finding a savior and a cash infusion that reportedly kept the new league afloat, the Alliance of American Football is facing more troubles.

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NCAA’s NET formula may be accurate

NCAA’s NET formula may be accurate

posted on March 02, 2019 by

Courtside | Three months later, it looks like the NET is performing quite nicely. Its top three teams — Gonzaga, Virginia and Duke — are also Nos. 1-3 in the AP Poll. 

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Alliance gets financial boost

Alliance gets financial boost

posted on February 20, 2019 by

The AAF was “running short on cash,” according to The Athletic, which first reported Dundon’s outlay, and was in danger of not making payroll.

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Aggies take advantage of depth to lead WAC

Aggies take advantage of depth to lead WAC

posted on February 20, 2019 by

Courtside | Jans has 12 different players who have started a game this season, and eight have led the team in scoring. Thirteen Aggies average at least 10 minutes a game. 

 

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Can sports betting and academics coexist?

Can sports betting and academics coexist?

posted on February 20, 2019 by

Adidas and Arizona State teamed up to form the Global Sport Institute to study sports in culture and how it can be a catalyst for discussion and transformation.

 

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